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Posted on: July 7, 2011 10:27 am
Edited on: July 20, 2011 8:08 pm
 

Podcast: an end to the lockout could be near

Posted by Ryan Wilson

We're getting there, people. An end to the lockout could be a week away, maybe days.

In the latest Eye on Football podcast, we talk about who NFL commissioner Roger Goodell might have in his crosshairs for violating the personal conduct policy in recent months (we're looking right at you, Kenny Britt), as well as which teams would be willing to fork over $19 million a year for Nnamdi Asomugha, even though free agents like Johnathan Joseph and Ike Taylor would come much cheaper (somewhere in the $9 million-a-year range).

Here's to hoping that this is our last lockout podcast ever, because there's only so many times you can discuss where Tiki Barber might sit on the bench next season.

Talking starts below.

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Posted on: July 7, 2011 9:10 am
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Posted on: April 21, 2011 7:26 pm
Edited on: April 21, 2011 7:28 pm
 

Podcast: discussing the draft, 2011 schedules

Posted by Will Brinson

Andy Benoit and I disagree about how the NFL chose to schedule its Week 1 contests. Plus, we jump into the quarterback issue of the 2011 draft.

We promise, it's worth listening to --- just hit the play button below and don't forget to Subscribe via iTunes.

If you can't view the podcast, click here to download .
Posted on: October 29, 2010 1:57 pm
 

NFL Week 8 Podcast Preview

Posted by Will Brinson

Week 8 is here. And it's sooooo spooky. Well, maybe that's an exaggeration, but there are some terrifyingly awesome matchups on the slate. For instance, Randy Moss' return to New England when the Patriots and the Vikings square off.

So Andy and I do what Andy and I do, which can best be described as "break down the week's action, podcast style." It's a Week 8 Halloween bonanza, and we figure out whether the Titans should start Kerry Collins or Vince Young, why Raheem Morris won't stop taking crazy pills, if the Packers-Jets matchup is a Super Bowl preview, whether or not the Dolphins and Bengals are underachieving and what the hell the NFL is doing in London.

Hit the play button below and don't forget to Subscribe via iTunes.

If you can't view the podcast, click here to download .
Posted on: September 17, 2010 10:44 am
Edited on: September 17, 2010 11:02 am
 

Podcast: Week 2 early game previews

Posted by Will Brinson

It's Friday, which means we're one good night's worth of sleep from getting about 48 straight hours of glorious football.

Saturday is fun, of course, but Sunday is where the real action happens -- Andy Benoit and I hopped on the old podcast machine this week to preview the games that will be played. This particular segment previews the early games on Sunday, and we discuss whether Marshawn Lynch to Green Bay makes sense (and whether Buffalo can beat Green Bay), what the mess is wrong with the Jets offense (and whether they can hang with the Pats), if Jimmy Clausen's time has come in Carolina, whether Chad Henne needs to just go ahead and retire and give his starting job over to Chad Pennington, and whether or not teams like Kansas City and Arizona can magically go to 2-0.

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Posted on: September 14, 2010 4:41 pm
 

NFL Podcast with Jerry Rice

J. Rice talked about whehter T. Owens should get into the HOF eventually (Getty). Posted by Will Brinson

Jerry Rice is a famous for his days as a 49er. But as many people are aware, he also spent some time playing for the Seattle Seahawks.

So it was probably difficult for him to choose who to pull for on Sunday as Pete Carroll yanked Mike Singletary's (figurative) pants down and gave him a (figurative) spanking. One which Singletary later (literally) thanked Carroll for.

All pants on the ground jokes aside, Rice wasn't torn at all -- he's a Niner for life, and you have to imagine that watching San Francisco get thrashed in Seattle was pretty tough. We talked with him on Monday about the collapse in Seattle, whether or not the 15,000 yard barrier will get Terrell Owens in the Hall of Fame, if Alex Smith can lead the Niners and much, much more.

Listen below and be a friend and  Subscribe via iTunes .



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Category: NFL
Posted on: September 11, 2010 7:56 pm
Edited on: September 11, 2010 7:59 pm
 

Podcast: Week 1 late game previews

Posted by NFL Facts & Rumors staff

Andy Benoit joins Will Brinson to preview the second slate of games on the first NFL weekend. Can the numerous ex-Niners among the Seattle crew help the Seahawks overcome inexperience? Will the Aaron Rodgers v. Kevin Kolb matchup be the most exciting quarterback battle of the first week? Would you rather have Derek Anderson or Sam Bradford starting? All those questions -- and more -- answered for your previewing pleasure.


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Posted on: September 11, 2010 4:41 pm
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